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be unpopular. interesting. bill clinton as you know was in kentucky trying to help out alison grimes, a democratic senate candidate trying to take the seat currently held by republican mitch mcconnell. when senate majority leader harry reid was pressed on why president obama isn't going out to red states, he had an interesting answer. >> we have one president that's been going every place and that's clinton. he's traveling around campaigning for everybody doing a great job. >> there you have the top senate democrat suggesting the former president may be a better asset right now than the current president. bottom line, though, of course, we'll see president obama, current president, raising a lot of money. >> democrats laumping a new effort to defend the president on health care. they are saying this will be advantageous to democrats running in 2014. >> though doubt. they are saying benefits of the law will help democrats in midterms. launched on the senate flora news conference defending the law. interesting, at the news conference, no democrats up for re-election or any sort of toug
debbie wasserman schultz, chair of the dnc, showed up at the end of your campaign. hillary clinton didn't show up, joe biden didn't show up, vir chilly no one came in, didn't really raise money for you, did injure actually nothing to help you try to beat chris christie. is that fair? >> essentially, but you sound like you're reveling in it. >> not reveling in it. just looking back and i'm wondering if it might have been different if you would have had some support from some of your the fellow democrats. >> there's no question. it was a matter of resources. back in august we lopped ten points off his lead in the polls without spending any money because people were focused on the election. you know, i had a call from one of the political bosses in september saying to me, you know, barbara, i can't tell you who told me this but the internal polls are closing, and i said i know that, i knew that was going to happen when people started focusing on the issues. he said to me too bad you don't have money to go up on tv and, you know, make sure that people know who you are. and i said, you know,
the democrats are dealing with it. why it could end up hurting hillary clinton in 2016 some analysts say. >>> a pregnant woman drives her minivan filled with children right into the surf in daytona beach. the dramatic rescue and why she did it. >>> a report about common antibiotics. what dangers they propose and what the cdc is recommending. jon: dramatic video captures a scary hit-and-run it happened at an intersection in california. watch the right side of your screen as a 14-year-old girl trying to cross the street is hit by two vehicles. police say she was trying to cross against the red light. first a red pickup truck hit her. then a black sedan. they're charging owner of sedan with felony hit-and-run because he left the scene. they're still looking for the driver of the red pickup truck. the girl was taken to the hospital with leg injuries but she is expected to be okay. >> so lucky, right? she wasn't more injured. a new jersey judge ruling against an 18-year-old honor student suing her parents. we told awe little bit this yesterday. rachel canning was seeking $650 a week and thous
that hillary clinton might face from within her own party if she decides to throw her hat in the presidential ring in 2016. jon: big developments on our top stories and breaking news this hour. jenna: the irs in the hot seat yet again. agency higher-ups taking tough questions as two hearings on capitol hill. also new testimony in the trial of a social eight accused of hiring a hit man to kill her ex-husband. what prosecutors say was her motive. >>> the bitter cold is back with snow. it is all "happening now." start off with a fox news alert. ukraine's ousted president placed on an international wanted list for the mass murder of government protesters. that is creating a deeper rift within the country. great to see you. i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. ukraine's western half, the ukrainian-speaking, pro-european side, against the russian-speaking portion backed by moscow saying terrorists are imposing their will in ukraine. some people are openly calling for cessation, a split from the country. greg palkot is there. >> reporter: we're seeing unrest in some areas of ukraine the past couple da
putin's moves out of touch, and in the meantime, hillary clinton compared vlad putin to adolf hitler. folks, the mood is tenls. the region unstable, but let's bring it to the table and talk about the political ramifications. bob, i'm going to start with you. your thoughts on everything? >> first, i think the eu stepped forward more quickly than i thought. what the russians have said is they ought to stick to an agreement with the eu that was made by the former president, which will not happen. it's interesting to me that these elections -- somebody will be elected who will be pro-western. the former president who is now hiding out in the soviet union had a deal with the russians to extend their lease on the naval base for about 25 years. it was supposed to be up in 2017. that will not happen. curious to see what putin does. the second thing that strikes me is so far as i can tell, maybe shep can fill us in on this, but i don't think they have moved more troops to the border of crimea and ukraine. >> okay. let me ask you about this. the $15 billion the eu promised to help ukraine out
in the presidency. only 40% said they are satisfied. doug schoen, former advisor to bill clinton is here to defend that, kind of, and monica crowley, radio talk show host and both are fox news contributors. the numbers are not getting better. has to be a reason for that. look at economy. get on record, monica. >> i think obama and his team set up unreasonable and impossible expectations from the very beginning from the 2008 race where this would be a man who would reduce the rise of the oceans and so on. impossible to meet those expectations. i also think rhetoric and some of the mistruths that this team has put in place and articulated over many years now running smack into reality. so obama care will save you and your family $2500 a year or if you like your plan you will keep it or america will be respected more in the rear world and unemployment will be down to 6.5%. all of those things have not come to pass. all of those people are disappointed and disillusioned. bill: she has a long list. >> she does. bill: when we have more time. can you defend this doug. >> i don't think i can defend it but
hillary clinton hard to have a conversation about healthcare because of all the misinformation. misinformation really or possibly just a bad plan? joining us political panel rick klein. washington examiner byron york and the "wall street journal's" jason rod. jason first to you. is misinformation, is that part of the problem? [ laughter ] she would like to think that's part of the problem. maybe the misinformation that harry reid is putting out there is part of the problem that she is talking about. i think that clinton's comments are more confirmation of what we already knew, which is that democrats think healthcare and obama care is going to be a liability in november. in clinton's case might think it's still going to be a liability in 2016. >> byron. >> the interesting things about her remarks about obamacare, she joins other democrats in saying that it has to be fixed. but, as senator johnson was saying, democrats have all said it needs to be fixed, but they haven't come up with any comprehensive plan to actually fix it. and she did say that, for example, forcing people int
hillary clinton for president more than their own governor. clinton 51, christie 41. in his state home to more democrats than republicans. finally in the weekly poll out of virginia showing a tight race. here's one with a different result. it's hillary clinton by eight in that swing state. 48 to 40. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] if you have yet to master the quiet sneeze... [ sneezes ] [ male announcer ] you may be an allergy muddler. try zyrtec® for powerful allergy relief. and zyrtec® is different than claritin® because it starts working faster on the first day you take it. zyrtec®. love the air. [ sneezes ] on the first day you take it. to nbcuniversal's coveragens of the biggest loser olympic winter games ever, with the most coverage of the most events on every device. and the most hours of streaming video on the nbc sports live extra app, including the x1 platform from xfinity. comcast was honored to bring every minute of every medal of nbcuniversal's coverage to every screen. so what's next? rio 2016. welcome to what's next. comcast nbcuniversal. >>> welcome back to
there tonight, a speech at ucla by hillary clinton. the former secretary of state made news yesterday comparing vladimir putin's actions in ukraine to those of adolf hitler. today, she said she meant putin's so-called protection of ethnic russians in crimea was like the nazis' invasion of poland to protect german citizens there. that's tonight's live look outside the beltway from "special report." we'll be right back. re acting up and i've got this runny nose. i better take something. truth is, sudafed pe pressure and pain won't treat all of your symptoms. really? alka seltzer plus severe sinus fights your tough sinus symptoms plus your runny nose. oh what a relief it is an entirely new menu created with your busy schedule in mind. pronto lunch starting at $6.99. handmade italian sandwiches, flatbreads, and our signature soup and salad. starting at $6.99. and all served "pronto!" at olive garden. [ banker ] sydney needed some financial guidance so she could take her dream to the next level. so we talked about her options. her valuable assets were staying. and selling her car wouldn't fly. we he
really fit to lead? >> ridiculous. meanwhile, what's inside the files kept secret by the clintons for many years? they are about to be unsealed today. some of them are. what that might mean for hillary in 2016 coming up. >> watching kids play football, baseball. how about soccer? you can cheer but please keep it down. parents sent to time-out for cheering too loud. yeah, i'd ask what you think but i don't want you to make any noise and get you into trouble. it would be double secret type of probation thing. mornings are better with friends, i heard. >> it's richard simmons. the best exercise for your mind is "fox & friends." >> i'm going to silently cheer for you both all day. >> thank you. >> they do that in soccer already. they have one weekend on long island where you're not allowed to say a word on the sidelines. >> there is no freedom of cheer? >> it's players weekend. >> do people go? >> yeah because the kids need rides. >> do the players like it? >> they love it. i think the refs love it more than anything else. >> wait until you hear what's going on in idaho. it is a crazy
as an international relations professor, your view of what hillary clinton said earlier this week comparing putin's actions in ukraine, the pretext that he invoked to what hitler did when he set a pretext for invading neighboring countries in the 1930s. this reported by buzz feed initially. is that a fair assessment. she wasn't specifically drawing a comparison between hitler and putin but talking about the pretext of going in to save russian speaking peoples. is that fair? >> i think that's not a particularly useful analogy and comparisons to hitler should be used very carefully. it's sort of typical of the foreign policy hyperbole we often get. great powers have various interests for intervening in other countries. they do that sometimes, the united states has done that. we're always pretty good at coming up with various rationales for doing it. again we don't have to like what russia did and our diplomacy should be organized around stabilizing the situation and hopefully reversing it. we have to recognize that they were doing this to defend what they regard as vital to national security intere
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clinton told them to stand down. >> but "the washington post" fact checker cited that there were no stand down orders and there is also no evidence that clinton ever spoke to leon panetta then defense secretary that night. and for the second time forgave you four pi no4 pin oak yoes. >> the first one was for quoting something in somebody else's report, believing it was true which is an unusual way to get four pinnochios. witnesses have told us that they asked for help. the president himself implied that he told leon panetta, then secretary of defense, to use what efforts they could and what we know for a fact is not one aircraft, not one rescue of dod was launched to get there in that 8 1/2 hours. >> to be honest, do you not have any evidence that secretary clinton told leon panetta to stand down. >> well, the use in answering questions in a political fund-raiser, that was in response to a question, the term stand down is not used in some sort of an explicit way. but rather the failure to react, the fact that only state department assets and only assets inside the country were ever used t
department of defense asset, i have my suspicions which is secretary clinton totally on the stand down. >> but the "washington post" fact checker cited that bipartisan report you had, that there were no stand down orders and also no evidence that clinton ever spoke to leon panetta, then defense secretary. and for the second time, they gave you four pi nokias which is their highest level of falsehood. how do you respond to that? >> well, first of all, first one was for quoting something that was in somebody else's report believing that it was true. which is an mush way to get four pi nokios. but in this case, the secretary of state was responsible for this normalization policy that existed in benghazi. witnesses have told thaws they asked for help. the president himself i implied that he told leon panetta then secretary of defense to use what efforts they could and what we know for a fact is not one aircraft, not one rescue of d.o.d. was launched to get there in that 8 1/2 hours. >> but to be honest, you do not have any evidence that secretary clinton told leon panetta to stand down. >>
movement still struggles for a foothold. signed by president clinton in november of 1993, the bill itself took six years of politics to pass. 13 if you start counting from the attempted assassination of president reagan. but once it did pass, the number of lives saved can be calculated by the number of gun sales blocked. the brady center to prevent gun violence reports that more than 2 million gun sales to people who failed their background checks have been blocked in the past two decades. that includes more than a million would-be sales to felons and more than a quarter million to domestic abusers. that's the good news. but efforts to close gun show and internet loopholes which account for about 40% of gun sales have failed. and speaking at an anniversary event today, nancy pelosi pointed out it's not because background checks are unpopular. >> if we take this bill up on the floor, it will pass. the votes are there. the american people are more than there. >> last year, johns hopkins university researchers found universal background checks are popular across the board with a vast majorit
of the world. that will be to our detriment, for sure. >> in the past, in the '90s when bill clinton cut the defense budget to 3% of gdp of the overall economy from about 5.5% during the reagan era, the republicans put a floor under it. we had to build up post 9/11. where are are the republicans standing up and making any critique of this? >> there is little opposition. the opposition you hear, the opposition to base closings is the wrong opposition. we need to cut some of the overhead to focus on real war-fighting capabilities. there is an isolationist mood that's taken over the republican party. they hate that word, but that is what it is. we have to pare back our foreign commitments for the sake of small government. obama wants to pare them back for the sake of big government. our security and prosperity at home depend on a secure and prosperous world. >> we hope there will be a real debate about this going forward, including some republican candidates for president. we have to take one more break. when we come back, hits and misses of the week. [ male announcer ] research suggests ce
, and that will be to that detriment for sure. >> you know, brett, in the past, when bill clinton cut the gdp, the republicans fought back and tried stop that. and they did, they put a floor under it. and we had to buildup post 9/11. what happened, where are the republicans standing up and making critique of this? >> yeah, there's very little opposition. and the opposition you hear to base closings is the wrong type of opposition. we need to focus on overhead. there's an isolationist move that's taken over the republican party. i know they hate that word. but that's essentially what it is. the idea that we have to pare back for the sake of government. the prosperity at home also depend on the secure and prosperous world. >> we hope there will be a real debate going forward. we have to take one more break. when we come back hits and misses of the week. the new guy is loaded with prote! i'll believe it when i -- [ both ] oooooh... [ female announcer ] as you get older, protein is an important rt of staying active and strong. ensureigh protein... fifty percent of your daily value of protein. low fat and five grams of s
clinton said there are problems that need to be fixed with this. on top of that, the worst thing he said in the middle of the surge, everybody knows the war is lost. he never paid the price for that. he won reelection after that. >> he is going to be the party of truth, in the lack of expediting when it comes to finding the truth when it comes to benghazi, i.r.s., as you mentioned. we're going to have issues here. twitter last night, my ipad was dancing on my counter with the reaction to his comments and the stories that are real speak truth. >> you've got to turn that vibrate setting off. >> he's the guy to tell you how. >> tech master. >> go to facebook and twitter this morning. you can weigh in on that and more. first let's go to heather. >> got tough questions for you today before you go. we're getting a list. good morning to you all. hope you're off to a great day. we've got breaking news. flight attendants freaking out when their plane starts filling up with smoke. take a look at this. >> we cannot breathe back here. go! >> boy, that delta flight just landed in oakland, california,
. we were constantly having to fight bill clinton, and fight against some of the things our leadership was doing. we did not come back to be a mindless lemming elephant over the donkey. we came back with bellies. to bring government spending don't. to live within our means. to get fair taxes. we actually believed the things that the republican party stood for. that too is our big crime. they called us the bad boy republicans. now, to be referred to as a tea party patriot makes my life a lot easier. my wife did not like the bad boy republican thing. i want you to know what brought me back because i left for 12 years. i kept my term limit pledge. i never thought i would come back again. when i left, we had balanced the budget for the first time in 40 years. in 1998 we balance the budget. the year i left, in 2000, we have a $247 billion surplus. the federal budget was $1.7 trillion. fast forward 12 years, i see what happened 2010, with you glorious patriots standing up and fighting against the most to radical -- tyrannical president that we have ever had in the history of america. my juic
people describe hillary clinton as tough in a new pew research survey. the same survey found 51% of americans would like to see clinton run for president. 43% would not. >>> our next number, 90 feet. that's how wide nasa says the dx110 asteroid is, and it's headed straight for us -- well, sort of. scientists say the asteroid will come within 217,000 miles of the earth. that's closer than the moon, but experts say the risk of the asteroid actually hitting the earth is about 1 in 10 million. >>> well, this next number is absolutely sobering. 8,000. that's how many tons of trash on average workers have to pick up in the french quarter during mardi gras. quite a party. this year's fat tuesday party was chiller and -- chillier and somethingier than most, but, as always, it ended promptly at midnight. >>> finally, 17. that's how many states along with the district of columbia are now issuing same-sex marriage licenses. illinois was scheduled to start offering the licenses june 1st, but late yesterday, illinois attorney general lisa madigan provided guidance to county clerks who want t
to award bonuses at the irs in an era of belt tightening. >>> speculation about 2016, clinton heading to the key swing state of florida today for a pair of speeches. first stop, orlando. then she'll head to the university of miami. clinton has been traveling the country giving speeches. she is expected to decide later this year. >>> new this morning, another milestone for obamacare. the president says 4 million people have signed up. it's a big number, but of course, the doubters are still saying the law is not doing what it needs to do. we're live at the white house with more. how are the numbers being taken? >> reporter: some would say this is good news for the white house. these numbers show that the pace of enrollments has been steadily improving since the problems were fixed with the website healthcare.gov. still the administration would have to see record signups for the remaining several weeks just to reach the new lower goal of 6 million enrollees by march 3 1st. that's 1 million people than in the beginning. just last week, vice president biden said it would still be a hell o
. >> hillary clinton speaks out first time on the ukranian cries and is what she is saying to distance herself from president obama. >> shocking images of a pregnant mom driving a mini-van in the ocean with her children. as rescuers fight to save them. >> you heard the story of a high school student trying to sue her parents. >> she was seeking more than 650 a week and thousands of attorneys dollars after complaining that the parents refused to support her. the parents say no, she voluntarily left. and the judge struck down part of the request saying it would set a bad precedent. we have ryan and a list, the judge said parents are not going to have to pay for your private and high school education. he deferred the other stuff for later on, what do you think of this? >> this girl was emancipated when she was 18. and when in new jersey, you are out of the sphere of of innewence with the family. >> she didn't follow the rules. come home by midnight and don't bully your little sister and return things you borrowed and she didn't do that. and she went to a friend's house. and the friend's father is
and clinton. >> can you imagine? >> she is a pro, she was being a good mom by saying, he is the best candidate, he is my son. lou: covered all of the basis. >> appreciate thank you. lou: up next, white house spending all agreement with russian agreement economy epght yoept that deal we except that deal we have with russian space agency where we pay our way, we'll tell you all 'that. >> and asteroid the size of two double-decker buses closer to earth than the moon, next. but your erectile dysfunction - it could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity. do not take alis if you take nitrates for chest pain, as this may causan unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess with cialis. side effects may includ
a little further south. hillary clinton looking for a tan. >> everything hillary clinton does is seen through the prism of 2016. i apologize as an american on behalf of this. already talking about 2016. i wish we could wait a little longer, but whatever she says is scrutinized. >> talk to me about the results we should watch as well. >> target results going to be very interesting, target at 10:30, they have a big data set. we will see how much data theft took place there. thank you very much, our international correspondent hans nichols. that is it for "the pulse." "surveillance" is next. ♪ . . >> the american housing recovery . we look at the rent or buy calculus. the blown crew has it wrong. the 21st century is america ascendant. and brady dougan of credit suisse goes before the secret -- the senate committee. good morning, everyone. this is "bloomberg surveillance." is wednesday, february 20 six. i'm tom keene. joining me, scarlet fu, adam johnson with us as well. i had a swiss bank account m a million years ago, like a little fun one. >> and then the government seized it. >> it
to get to the bottom. >> if hilary clinton is nominated this is going to get analyzed and analyze. and michael morell is working with ner now? >> he is at a consulting firm she is partner in. >>> much of the country is getting hit with a round of frigid blast. temperatures in some spots are 30-50 below average. and we have another storm system around the corner. steve is outside of south philly where it is a balmy 40. >> we are way below zero when you talk about wind chills. what a weirdo winter this has been. record-cold here in philly and along the east coast and record warmth in alaska. we are across from philadelphia city hall where they are building an ice rink outside and they would have no problem skating today. look at the flags and everybody is bundled up once they get off the bus heat. the flags have to be tied down. this is a real kick to the face with the 13th snow storm punching new york and philly in the gut. they are going to get a foot more of snow in anchorage, alaska. they were 40 degrees and they are worried about not having enough snow pack for the dog sled rac
with the example you talked about but it wasn't long ago that president clinton was signing the defense of marriage act. this is bending forward but it's bending forward fast. >> the arc of history bends towards justice and sharply so it seems at in moment in time. freedom to marry's mark mckinnon, thank you as always for your time and thoughts. >> thanks, alex. kick it hard. >>> after the break, scores of rebel fighters are slaughtered in the outskirts of damascus and secretary kerry says the president is dissatisfied with the situation in syria. we'll have a full report next on "now." are you ready grandma? just a second, sweetie. [ female announcer ] we eased your back pain, you turned up the fun. tylenol® provides strong pain relief while being gentle on your stomach. but for everything we do, we know you do so much more. tylenol®. ♪ every now and then i get a little bit hungry ♪ ♪ and there's nothing good around ♪ ♪ turn around, barry ♪ i finally found the right snack ♪ [ female announcer ] fiber one. ♪ i finally found the right snack ♪ iwe don't back down. we only know one
, and doug sho00, a pollster for bill clinton and a fox news contributor as well. good evening. thank you for being here. pat, you join us on remote, but you will not be left out of the conversation because i'm going to start with you and ask you, this is the latest foreign policy question for our president, who is already under fire for some say not having a policy, some saying being weak on foreign policy, and he's up against putin in this case, who is exerting extreme power and confidence. what does he do? >> well, what the president needs to do is get a backbone. the problem is exactly as we predicted on political insiders last week. and i don't think many people did. putin was going to go in and take over the crimea, at least part of the ukraine. and now i suspect, and i would like to hear doug, a real expert on it, but i think he's not stopped. the problem is no one believes the president, and i think vladimir putin has taken his measure of barack obama and is decided what he sees is another neville chamberlain. this is not the way you behave in the 21st century. no, this is the 20t
advisers were up to. >>> hillary clinton with the survey find more think of first lady than they did when she ran for the white house. 56% describe her as honest. that's up significantly since 2008 when she was running for president. 36% think she's hard to like. back in 2008, 53% of those called her unlikable. >> and barack obama saying you're likable enough, hillary. >>> george bush is close to being lake-effected. h.j. bush the nephew of george w. bush. p., as he's called in the family has won the republican primary to run for texas land commissioner. that is a stepping-stone to higher office in texas. senator john cornyn also won the primary beating steve carson. carson peeked sessions with the challenger as well. a lot of the people watching the texas election to seat strength in the tea party. let's take a look at "new day." kate bolduan joins us. >> good morning, you guys. we're, of course, going to continue to cover the breaking developments from the ukraine. secretary of state john kerry is set to meet with his russia counterpart just hours from now. what will happen in that meet
for fundraisers. hillary clinton will give a lecture at ucla and accept the highest honest, ucla medal. >>> and benjamin netanyahu will visit silicon valley. we'll be right back. these don't look clean. [ doorbell rings ] the johnsons! stall them. first word... uh...chicken? hi, cascade kitchen counselor. stop stalling and start shining with cascade platinum packs. over time, platinum fights cloudy residue 3x better than the competing gel. it's so powerful it even helps keep the dishwasher sparkling. avoid embarrassing moments... at least for your dishes. cascade. beyond clean and shine every time. cascade. when jake and i first set out on we ate anything. but in time you realize the better you eat, the better you feel. these days we both eat smarter. and i give jake purina cat chow naturals. made with real chicken and salmon, it's high in protein like a cat's natural diet. and no added artificial flavors. we've come a long way. and whatever's ahead, we'll be there for each other. naturally. purina cat chow naturals. >>> well, this one is quite the talker. a dispute between a new jerse
with a tough guy with a thin skin. >> that was former secretary of state hillary clinton speaking this afternoon about the situation in ukraine. earlier today, apenvoy to the united nations was threatened by a group of 10 to 15 armed militants in crimea. the region of the country where russian forces have taken control. the envoy was reportedly leaving the ukraine yap naval base when the car was surrounded by unidentified armed men who told him to go to the airport and leave crimea. he's safe, but the tensions did not he said there. in the eastern city of the hometown of ousted president viktor yanukovych, hundreds of activists recaptured a government building that was being held by opposition forces. meanwhile 35 international observers are currently on their way to ukraine in response to a request from the interim government in kiev. over in europe, pressure continued to mount on russia to change its hawk, calculus. john kerry met with his european counter parts and held a separate meeting with foreign minister lavrov. lavrov also met with foreign ministers from the uk, germany
diplomatic troubleshooter in the u.s. government. he was the clinton and george w. bush administration's special envoy for afghanistan, kosovo, bosnia, haiti, and somalia. all the global garden spots, he hit them all. he, his work has involved him intimately in the withdrawal of u.s. forces from somalia. the american-led multilateral intervention in haiti, stabilization and reconstruction of bosnia and the nato intervention in kosovo. he is truly "a man for all seasons" and is a good friend. after september 11th, 2001, ambassador dobbins was appointed as the bush administration's representative to the afghan opposition with the task of putting together a broadly-based successor to the ousted taliban regime. he represented the united states at the bonn conference that established a new afghan government an on december 16th, 2001, he raised the flag over the newly reopened u.s. embassy in kabul. i can't think of a better person to be entrusted with guiding u.s. policy through the challenges and opportunities of the political inand security transition in in afghanistan. ambassador dobbins
the last few decades, reagan and clinton, that is because they worked across the aisle and found a way to provide leadership and work across the aisle and negotiate. >> to the big reforms -- look at the big reforms we had during those terms. >> absolutely. we have not had leadership in a while. >> we will turn to another subject, yellow cabs and their fight back against uber. the ceo of halo joins us next. they are a rifle to uber. back in a moment. ♪ >> catching a chemist become easier than ever thanks to an onslaught of technology startups. -- catching a cab became easier thanks to an onslaught of technology startups. halo operates as a social network for cabdrivers. joining us with more is the newly appointed ceo, who spent 10 years as an executive with starbucks and help grow starbucks around the world. greg rayburn, my cohost for the hour, is still with us. tell us exec at how this works. i'm trying to wrap my head around this. >> you use your mobile phone, your smart phone, you download the app, and as you are in your apartment, you cap -- tap the app and it sends a signal to t
for business. ♪ stuart: robert rice led the secretary under mr. clinton. he has economic lessons he thinks we have forgotten. first america's real job creators are consumers whose rising wages -- the rich does better at a small share of a rapiddgrowing economy. higher taxes on the wealthy to finance public investments improve the future productivity of america. tax the rich more. your take, charles? charles: there's someone in in a new york city courtroom that is taking the social security check from an old lady. he is talking about theft. how can the wages rise if the company will not advance their products. how can the wages rise? he is talking about legalized theft at the end of the day. sandra: the job creators -- we are a consumer driven economy. we need to get rid of that. two thirds of the consumer drives our gdp. stuart: breaking news. another tech ipo. this one is a big one. aly baba announcing its plan to go public sometime this year. we called them the amazon of china. yahoo! has a big stake in ali baba. it is going public this year. that will be a big one. your take on harry reid
constantly having to fight bill clinton, and fight against some of the things our leadership was doing. we did not come back to be a a minor elephant over the donkey. we came back with bellies. to bring government spending don't. to live within our means. we actually believed the things that the republican party stood for. that was our egg crime. a call this the bad boy republicans. now, to be referred to as a tea party patriot makes my life a lot easier. my wife did not like the bad boy republican thing. i want you to know what brought me back good i left for 12 years. i kept my term limit pledge. i never thought i would come back again. we had balanced the budget for the first time in 40 years. in 1998 we balance the budget. in 2000, we have a $247 billion surplus. i see what happened 2010, with two or is patriots standing up and fighting against the most radical president that we have ever had in the history of america. my juices just aren't flowing. i get energized. these patriots were on the mark. in 2012, i decided to come back and run again. i believe, with all my heart, that this m
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